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The Tacna region in Peru produces a wide variety of food products, including Virgin olive oil, pisco, algodón, cebolla, and tomato. The region's climate and soil conditions are ideal for the cultivation of olives, making it a major producer of olive oil and pisco. The region also produces a wide variety of other vegetables, fruits, and flowers.

  • 00:00:00 Tacna, located in the extreme south of Peru, has an area of 16,000 square kilometers and is divided into four provinces. The Tacna territory occupies two geographical regions that are markedly different despite their proximity to the coast and the Sierra. Tacna's agricultural products have the highest quality requirements in terms of flavor, color, aroma, and consistency, and include virgin olive oil, pisco, jorge Basadre-grown jproducers processed under strict quality standards, such as cotton yarn, are also well-recognized in recent times. Tacna exports products that have been transformed into various products, such as olive oil, pisco, algodón, cebolla, and tomato. Our region's high quality olive oil and pisco exports have grown almost 200% in the past four years, thanks to the availability of high-quality raw materials and the region's favorable climate and soil conditions for the cultivation of olives. Pisco from Tacna is mainly produced through mechanical or physical processes, which allows for high-quality, extra-virgin product. Peru has five pisco-producing regions, Lima, Arequipa, Moquegua, Ayacucho, and Tuscany.
  • 00:05:00 The Tacna region in Peru is known for its strong, sweet odor and for being a major producer of food condiments, thanks to its warm and fertile soil. The region's summer production generally tops out at about 3700 acres of marigold, with favorable climate conditions for marigold production. Added values of this herb include workshops that help farmers to improve their climate-smart farming practices, such as early harvesting. Verde Aceituna, the Tacna-produced green, bitter variety, constitutes more than 70% of national production. The region also produces a wide variety of other vegetables, fruits, and flowers. At present, we are closing deals with markets in Germany, Spain, and Brazil. Venezuela, Colombia, and Peru are also among our current export destinations. Our annual production average is around 4 million kilos.
  • 00:10:00 Tacna offers a variety of edible products that contribute to neurodevelopment in the fetus and help children grow and develop. It also helps prevent cardiovascular diseases and reduces cholesterol levels over the course of the whole coast. We receive fresh material in the form of tentacles and had this product is sliced and processed according to customer request. We can process it in the form of rounds, rings, or sticks. We can also make wands after the purchase is made and take them to plastic containers and freeze them, so that the product arrives at our facilities at less than 18 degrees Celsius and then is empathed and stored. Our work is to transform it and make it into a process over the course of a year in order to be able to export our main destinations. China, Korea, Japan, Europe, and Europe's Spain, France, Italy, and Austria can export products up to three or four containers per week as minimum. Our commitment to quality is reflected in the use of advanced technology, such as good agricultural practices and food safety systems, which makes our exportable goods compliant with sanitary and consumer safety requirements. This allows us to say with pride that you should buy Tacna products in Peru.

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